STATEMENT: Hasenkamp Spain expands its offer with logistics services for the artistic and cultural sector

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STATEMENT: Hasenkamp Spain expands its offer with logistics services for the artistic and cultural sector

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We decided to go from a traditional Relocation and Moving services company to also specialists in the transportation, installation and storage of works of art and cultural objects: Hasenkamp in Madrid expands and joins the European network “Fine Art-Shuttle” of the Hasenkamp Group .

Colonia-Frechen/Madrid, March 7, 2024 (News Aktuell). – The international logistics company Hasenkamp consolidates its presence in the Spanish market for the transport of works of art and cultural goods, providing personalized services and developing close collaboration with the main museums and cultural institutions. With a specialized fleet and adapted infrastructure, Hasenkamp now also serves renowned institutions such as the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, the Prado Museum, the Picasso Museum, the Reina Sofía Museum, the Guggenheim Bilbao and the Juan March Foundation among others. This expansion highlights the experience in handling high-value goods that the company has accumulated in Spain and consolidates itself as one of the leading companies for its quality and reliability in the field of logistics of Works of Art and Cultural Goods. .

Thomas Schneider, CEO of Hasenkamp Holding, emphasizes: "The logistics of Works of Art and Cultural Property is an area in which both attention to detail and specialist knowledge are crucial. We attach great importance to our employees from all over the world meet customer needs and contribute significantly to the conservation of cultural heritage. I am therefore delighted that we are closing the gap and that we can now also offer our services in the field of logistics of Works of Art and Goods Cultural directly in Spain".

Alberto Galasso, director of the Spanish branch, adds: "We understand the importance of transporting Works of Art and Cultural Goods and the sensitivity that is needed in this area. Our fundamental pillar is to treat each work with the care and attention it deserves. "We have been working in the high-quality, value-added Relocation and Removals sector in Spain for more than 30 years. The evolution of Hasenkamp as a company by covering the logistics of Works of Art and Cultural Goods is our next logical step."

A comprehensive strategy and service that covers everything from air cargo to customs

We have been able to enter the Spanish market thanks to the excellent results we have obtained. Our success is based on the partnerships and cooperation that the Hasenkamp Group maintains with its partners and other market players. Hasenkamp Spain offers a wide range of services, from insurance, packaging solutions, complex installations to customs services with the aim of meeting the specific needs of museums, galleries and private collectors. As a service provider certified by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and a new member of ARTIM, Hasenkamp Spain also meets the most demanding safety and quality criteria required by the international and cross-border transport of works of art.

Activity in the art and museum market in Spain is characterized by a lively diversity and a constant exchange of pieces, both nationally and internationally. The connection of Hasenkamp's headquarters in Madrid with the Hasenkamp group's European shuttle network opens new opportunities for cultural institutions, galleries and collectors for safe and sustainable transportation to and from Spain. Hasenkamp truck shuttles travel regularly between European art metropolises, from London to Paris and Rome. With our headquarters in Spain and the cultural wealth of the country, the Art Division of the Hasenkamp group continues to grow and thus strengthen the logistics and transportation sector for Works of Art and Cultural Goods worldwide.

Hasenkamp trucks in front of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.

Hasenkamp Spain art technicians manipulating a Rodin sculpture at the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum in Madrid.

About Hasenkamp

Founded in 1903, the Hasenkamp logistics company is currently managed by the 5th generation of owners, Hans Ewald Schneider and Dr. Thomas Georg Schneider, as well as Ralf Ritscher. In addition to its headquarters in Frechen, just outside Cologne, the family business has more than 40 locations around the world. Around 1,000 employees collaborate in the planning, transportation and storage of high-quality and sensitive goods. Today, Hasenkamp's tradition and innovation is based on a DIN and ISO certified quality, environmental and energy management process that undergoes regular audits. Thanks to this process, the company moves towards a sustainable future. Hasenkamp organizes its activities into four business divisions: fine arts, relocation, archival storage and last mile services.

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